Wounded Warrior Homes resident helps local residents with PTSD

Wounded Warrior Homes’ first resident, veteran Robert Caudill, transitioned out of the program and overcame his PTSD with the support of Wounded Warrior Homes and is now in school and has started his own nonprofit helping other veterans with PTSD.

One in five veterans come home with PTSD.  San Diego County has the largest concentration of military personnel in the world.

Over a quarter of a million retired service members call San Diego their home! But between the issue of veteran homelessness and the alarming statistic that 13.8% of veterans will be diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress, the men and women who have served our country need us to stand up and support them.

Mia Roseberry founded Wounded Warrior Homes 5 years ago to address these issues.

Their first resident, veteran Robert Caudill, transitioned out of the program and overcame his PTSD with the support of Wounded Warrior Homes and is now in school and has started his own nonprofit helping other veterans with PTSD.

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